Dimelo Flow
Renowned Panamanian producer and DJ Dímelo Flow is shaping the sound of Latin music and its cultural impact worldwide. Throughout his 18 years in the music industry, he has orchestrated the careers of various international artists. Often described as the Latin DJ Khaled, the artist is distinguished by his versatility, while his charisma and interests in fashion and cooking make him a well-rounded individual. His first studio album “Always Dream”, released June 9th 2022, is currently shaking up the Latin music industry with big-name collaborations and club bangers that are topping the charts internationally.
Jorge Valdés Vásquez, artistically known as Dímelo Flow, was born in Panama and migrated to Florida at 14. His childhood dream was to become a professional basketball player, but at the age of 16, an unfortunate car accident left him with a broken femur and unable to pursue his dream. While finding solace in music, he discovered an innate knack for mixing beats and various genres, especially hip-hop. With a strong desire to immerse himself in the music industry, he started selling records and working as a promoter for Central Florida's hottest DJs. As he worked on perfecting his craft behind the turntable, he earned the trust, respect, and support of top DJs, and eventually, he was the one headlining the best nightclubs in the area.
Dímelo Flow's most significant distinction was his ability to mix Latin urban music and hip-hop. In 2015, while playing at a club, he met Justin Quiles. The two had undeniable chemistry, which led to his becoming the opening DJ for Justin's tours. After a successful tour, RichMusic, the top Latin indie label in the industry, offered Dímelo Flow a recording contract, which has yielded countless hits in the billions of streams and made him a multi-platinum selling producer. Dímelo Flow's name quickly rose amongst the most daring and innovative music producers. In 2017, as Latin urban music soared to the forefront of the mainstream movement, so did Dímelo's influence; he became a catalyst for the movement, popularizing reggaeton and its subgenres.
Among the most emblematic productions between 2015-2019 were songs like "Tu Pollo'' [Justin Quiles, Sech] and "Pa Mí" [Dalex, Rafa Pabön]; Dímelo Flow teamed up with Nicky Jam and Sech for "El Favor" feat. Farruko, Zion y Lunay, surpassing 166 million Spotify streams, 129 million YouTube views, and catapulting into Billboard: Hot Latin Songs chart Top 25.